The Ethernet Access Device (EAD) market may have declined 3.5 percent to $925 million in 2014 due to ongoing declines in Ethernet over TDM bonded circuits (EoTDM), but Infonetics says that ongoing deployments of fiber to more buildings will help fuel future growth of fiber EADs.
Lumos Networks announced that Richmond-based healthcare provider HCA Virginia is the first customer to take advantage of its Ethernet service that will run over the metro and long-haul fiber network it is building in the area.
tw telecom on Monday expanded the reach of its Ethernet E-Access, or "One to Many" wholesale service, for its service provider customers.
Although the Ethernet access device market saw a 4 percent dip in the first half of 2012 compared to the first half of 2011, Infonetics Research forecasts that the market will top $1.6 billion by 2016.
MegaPath on Wednesday debuted a new product extend its Ethernet footprint in areas where Ethernet over Copper (EoC) is not available.
Business Ethernet surges: According to a new Vertical Systems Group report, Ethernet bandwidth purchased by businesses has surged since 2011, when it first surpassed the bandwidth purchased on legacy data networks.